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A late-filed bill favored by supremely influential Baltimore attorney Peter G. Angelos sailed through the state Senate Wednesday without debate or dissent. The bill,…

Maryland lawmakers are moving forward on legislation that would reconstitute and reform the University of Maryland Medical System’s board of directors in the wake…

Amid half-hearted assurances of Baltimore’s resilience and lukewarm attempts at civic cheerleading from others throughout the day, Acting Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young (D)…

The wheels of justice grind slowly, but sometimes legislation in the Maryland General Assembly moves at lightning speed. When the two phenomena collide, the…

State legislators from Baltimore City reacted cautiously Monday night to the news that their mayor, Catherine E. Pugh (D), has decided to take “an…

Dozens of sexual assault survivors filled the seats of the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee on Thursday afternoon as the panel considered a measure to…

The Baltimore community has organized and unified in support of implementing the reforms necessary to improve the Baltimore Police Department. We are determined to…

Johns Hopkins University is poised to gain the authority it needs to arm the police force that protects its campuses and medical buildings. In…

Most bills are not life or death bills. But on Wednesday, the Maryland Senate considered a high-profile bill that, literally, dealt with life or…

An emotional debate in the Maryland Senate over whether to pass aid-in-dying legislation ended Wednesday in a tied vote and the measure’s defeat. After…